A Christmas Cabaret is a contemporary retelling of the birth of Jesus. "Cabaret" is defined as "a form of theatrical entertainment consisting of skits, songs, and improvisations." This story centers on the epic and faith filled journey of Jesus' parents, Mariah and Joe. Written and directed by Kelton Washington, the Cabaret attempts to make the classic narrative more relevant, only to discover that it is still very relevant for lives today. Admission is free, but we ask that you bring a non-perishable food item for the Greater Boston Food Bank. A Christmas Cabaret is Sunday, December 13, at 5:00pm at the Villa Victoria Center for the Arts, 85 W. Newton Street in Boston.
Advent season begins November 29. To celebrate Advent this year our teaching series will focus on Lessons from Carols. We will take a beloved Christmas song each week to learn about its history, the rich theology contained in the lyrics, and worship with a live rendition of the carol. Carols that will be included are O Come, O Come, Emmanuel, Mary Did You Know, and O Holy Night. We invite you to worship with us this Advent season.
We are so excited to announce that, effective November 1st, our new location will be Villa Victoria Center for the Arts, 85 W Newton Street, Boston! We hope to see you there!
We have found that growing in relationship with Christ is best experienced in community. Anchor Groups focus on fellowship, discussion centered on the previous Sunday’s teaching, and prayer. For locations of groups and registration info, click here.
SAIL was introduced September 27. It is Anchor’s initiative to encourage holistic followers of Jesus. Understanding that relationship with Jesus Christ is life’s foundation, we seek to offer helps to Anchor community members in finance, vocation, and “active” (fitness & nutrition). As events are planned, we will post on the "Events" page. In the meantime, please email SAIL@anchorboston.com for specific inquiries.